7 Things to do in KL this weekend during RMCO: 19 & 20 September 2020


By Lea Rina

7 Things to do in KL this weekend during RMCO: 19 & 20 September 2020

1. Be ‘Retro Chic’ with the Clicquot Tape limited edition

Inspired by the ’70s and 80s’, Veuve Clicquot is going retro chic! The new Clicquot Tape limited edition celebrates the house’s love for beautiful objects with a collection of six bold and eye-catching audiocassette tape box designs—all made to showcase the brands iconic Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label cuvée. Drink responsibly!

Available at participating outlets in Jaya Grocer, Village Grocer, B.I.G as well as the online retailer,

2. Have a cute weekend munch at The Chow Kit Kitchen and Bar

When: 7am – 2pm, every Saturday and Sunday

Where: The Chow Kit Kitchen and Bar

The homely boutique hotel’s restaurant and bar is the perfect place to have a morning meal with friends. Their newly curated menu features a variety of yummy favourites such as French toast, nasi lemak and more!

For more information visit this website.

3. Learn something new at the fall-themed floral workshop by May in December 

When: 10.30am – 1pm, 19 September

Where: Pampas Boutique Steakhouse at Publika

Don’t let the New Norm stop you from learning a new skill! At this fall-themed floral workshop, you will be taught the basics of floral vase arrangement, colour matching, and floral care techniques. Led by the florist of May in December, this class will surely make for a fun time!

Price: RM350, with limited slots available.

To book a slot, visit this website or Whatsapp 012 283 3709. 

4. MoMo’s KL x Taste of Tiffin Present: Communal table by gēn 根


18 September — 6:30pm – 10pm

19 September — 12pm – 3:30pm | 4:30pm – 10pm.

Where: MoMo’s Kuala Lumpur 

Back with the second instalment of their series, MoMo’s KL and Taste of Tiffin are bringing you flavours from the north! Penang Pening Part two: Communal Table by gēn 根 will feature Malaysia’s locally grown produce, showcasing their distinctive flavours in the form of sharing plates. With ingredients like kelulut honey, sea grapes, ginger flower, and cat’s ear biscuits, Chef Kevin Ng will open your eyes to the true potential of Malaysian cuisine.


RM35, includes one dish and one mocktail

RM48, for one dish and one cocktail, with additional dishes costing RM20 per dish.

To get your tickets, visit this website.

5. Check out the Garmin Malaysia Day Roadshow

When: 10am – 10pm, 14 to 20 September

Where: East Atrium section within Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur.

Garmin is celebrating Malaysia Day with a week-long roadshow at Mid Valley Megamall, with a special highlight on the recently launched Garmin Solar series.

6. Enjoy high tea at The Pullman Kuala Lumpure City Centre